If not paying close attention to EDM (and yes, though seemingly ubiquitous, that's still possible), there's been a change on the list of American dance producers ready-to-explode on the global stage. For as much as those names used to include the now mainstream-significant GTA, Alvin Risk, and Dillon Francis, one once had to look pretty deep down into Florida's Everglades to find now-rising electro practitioner Henry Fong. A change of address from Orlando to Los Angeles plus a Skrillex/OWSLA co-sign later, and Fong is off to the races of greater renown. This edit of Zomboy's gnarly dubstep monstrosity "Terror Squad" bears a high level of smooth electro sensibility, definitely something erring on the side of pulling dance's underground into the light of mainstream awareness. The addition of the acapella to Dog Blood's "Chella's Ride" here? A fanciful spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down. Fong's sound is best described as funky and free-wheeling, yet there's something restrained here that lets the groove boil yet not explode here that's certainly impressive.